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-old anthony sanchez was arrested last night. he slipped away on wednesday when an officer was arresting him for parole? violation. an arrest made over night. we will have more details coming up. >>> there is a heavy police activity at this hour in san jose. janine de la vega is live at the scene where officers are blocking off streets. janine what is going on? >> reporter: we just got here about five minutes ago. i'm here in downtown san jose at st. james' street near san pedro street. there is a heavy police presence. i can't tell how far down the street it's blocked off. i'm told by police this all resolved around this building. city heights. i believe it's a condo complex. what i do know is police tell me that a woman was apparently on the 11th story balcony and she fell. at this point they do not know if this was an accident, but she has died. and they are trying to figure out again if this was an accident, was she pushed? we know the coroner has been called. they are talking to witnesses. i'm told the victims relative is talking to police. i'm also told that one of the 911 callers repo
citizen of the colbert nation: loukas ramon sanchez-- [cheers and applause] classic greek name. welcome to the world, loukas, i've got a little advice for you. crying is an excellent way to get your mother's attention. works for me every time. now, please, send your mommy back to work as soon as possible. i can't dress myself. this is a clip on. not the tie-- the entire suit. [ laughter ] captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org ready to go. ready to go. ready to go. ready to go. from comedy central's world headquarters this is "the daily show" with jon stewart. ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome to "the daily show" my name is jon stewart. good one tonight jason baitman. -- bateman. fine actor, funny man. we begin in congress where the senate wanted to get a quick discussion of possible gun control legislation. quit looking at the philosophy of not enacting any gun regulations. if you look at why our founding fathers put it there, they lived under the tyranny of king george and they wante
in that place, being someone who was abducted. >> sanchez was only 8 when she was kidnapped and vallejo. now she helps families of missing or murdered children heal. she's reaching out to the 13-year-old's family to offer her support. >> she was a baby. she has a family that loves her. she has friends that love her that she went to school with. you know, 13-year-olds are supposed to be involved in sports and, you know, getting good grades. >> missy sanchez is also offering to help the family with any fundraising efforts needed to pay for the funeral. in fairfield, abc7 news. >> well, it is super^bowl sunday and the excitement for 49 ehrhoff fans since to build this morning. the pregame super bowl hype is just about over. we have about six hours remaining before kickoff. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo joins us live from new orleans outside the superdome, the site of super bowl xlvii. katie, i know you have been working hard all week, but it looks like you are having a lot of fun. >> the most fun work i have ever done, carolyn. and the 49er fans here are having a great time, too. what more coul
was abducted. >> sanchez was only 8 when she was kidnapped and vallejo. now she helps families of missing or murdered children heal. she's reaching out to the 13-year-old's family to offer her support. >> she was a baby. she has a family that loves her. she has friends that love her that she went to school with. you know, 13-year-olds are supposed to be involved in sports and, you know, getting good grades. >> missy sanchez is also offering to help the family with any fundraising efforts needed to pay for the funeral. in fairfield, abc7 news. >>> richmond and el~cerrito bart -- >> coming up next a a controversial photo as president obama prepares to start his campaign for new gun control measures. and a dramatic beach rescue in the north bay and the good samaritans who helped save a >> the white house has release add photo of president obama skeet shooting. the image puts to rest skeptics questions about whether the president has ever even fired a gun. it shows him shooting clay pigeons at camp david last august. the national rifle association is not impressed. they said one picture does
back for me. just because of me being in that place, being someone who was abducted. >> sanchez was only 8 when she was kidnapped and vallejo. now she helps families of missing or murdered children heel. she's reaching out to the 13-year-old's family to offer her support. >> she was a baby. she has a family that loves her. she has friends that love her that she went to school with. you know, 13-year-olds are supposed to be involved in sports and, you know, getting good grades. >> missy sanchez is also offering to help the family with any fundraising efforts needed to pay for the funeral. in fairfield, abc7 news. >>> richmond and el~cerrito bart stations were shut down for a couple hours yesterday after a suspicious item was found on the tracks. stations were closed around noon after a package was spotted at el~cerrito dell norta. the object was harmless and service returned to normal. >>> new this morning, the next about tenant to move into the san francisco palace of fine arts could spend up millions to renovate the 90-year-old building. the former home of the exploratorium is
sanchez joins us live from san jose. what's the reason for the price tag this time? >> reporter: well, jessica, there are a lot of different reasons, they are very frustrated. they say they're used to paying higher gas prices here in california and they are also used to paying more for that summer blend of gas that is more expensive but we're transitioning to now. 32 cents in one month is pretty frustrating. >> i think it's outrageous. >> reporter: watching the gas prices go up as he drove cross-country from minnesota to the golden state. in the last month alone up 32 cents average of $3.93 a gallon of regular unleaded. >> you don't really have an option. you have to keep going. you can't just quit life just because the gas goes up. >> reporter: san francisco is really feeling the pain. his car takes the most expensive gas. >> it had gone down to a good level $4 for supreme. unfortunately, i have to get supreme on this. then $4.09 a gallon. it's frustrating. >> reporter: aaa says there's a number of reasons for the spike in california because of scheduled and unscheduled refinery main
van while he was in handcuffs. officers say anthony sanchez then dumped the unmarked van near almond, and expressway, and ran about a mile from where it was stolen. officers say they picked up sanchez on a probation violation about 3:30 this afternoon. but because he was a large man, officers linked two handcuffs together. officers say they were doing paperwork, when he slipped the cuffs in front of himself, went to the front seat and just drove off. weighing 250 to 275 pounds, he was last seen wearing black sweats and a sweatshirt. >>> a single metal bolt brought one of san francisco's cable cars to a halt today. the cable car struck at about 10:20 this morning. ten people were injured during the abrupt stop. seven of them were taken to the hospital. the major accidents team in muni are looking into how that bolt lodged into the track. >> stopped the car dead. we lost one person off the vehicle. a female fell off, hurt her legs. numerous injuries on the cable car. >> police say they do not believe the bolt was maliciously placed in the tracks. muni is trying to determine where it ca
. officers picked up anthony sanchez at 3:30 and because he is a large man, police say while they were doing paperwork, sanchez maneuvered the handcuffs, hopped into the driver seat of a police van and took off. >> he was wanted for parole violations, are you worried? >> no, i have an aluminum bat. i think i can take care of us. >> he described as latino 5- foot 8 inches tall weighing 275 pounds was last seen whering black -- wearing black sweats and a gray sweatshirt. >>> we have a glimpse into the state of the city address and he will focus on crime, pension reform and the economy. he will likely ask voters to pass a tax hike next year, the earliest it can appear on the ballot. >> we are optimistic, we are seeing good job growth and we have a lot of work to do but we have liabilities we still have to pay for and restore services. >>> a new survey shows voters paying for city services and higher salaries for city workers who agreed to pay cuts due to budget shortfalls. >> we may see a little rain after a very dry january, water officials will see a lot of storms in march. the utility distri
night in handcuffs. police sent us this picture of anthony sanchez. they say he drove off in a police van while an officer was arresting him for probation violation. they say sanchez managed to maneuver his handcuffs from the back to the front and managed to drive off while officer was inside working on paper work. >>> police found 23,000 rounds of ammo hidden inside the air vents of three cars in a container ship. the cars were headed for mongolia. police do not believe the men are part of an organized crime ring and they did not charge hill. however they did confiscate his cars and ammunition worth about $4,500. >>> democratic lawmakers today unveiled new gun control legislation in washington. richmond's police chief played a recording from the city's shot spotter system in today's press conference. among the bills outlined today a ban on detachable rifle magazines. a new regulation that would require all ammunition sales be reported to the state. and additional training for people who buy new handguns. >>> in san francisco, supporters of president obama's gun safety initiatives he
of women's issues. congresswoman sanchez wanted to be here. she was called in to international travel for a security conference. i am here replacing her for the time being. since the start of her career, she has been on the house armed services committee. she is currently the second- highest ranking democrat on the committee. this has been an issue that has been on her heart. she was there when the former chairman, duncan hunter, wanted women to be in the military. she continued to fight, but she was pushed to the side. this was not just by the republicans, but also by the democrats. it has been a halt -- hard- fought battle. and she heard it happens, she was definitely speechless. she did not know what to say. when we were working on the national defense authorization act and she decided to introduce an amendment, we have to work in a way where it would not come up and say, let's repeal the entire policy. let's give commanders the flexibility to assign women to wherever they need to be, wherever they meet the needs of the battle grounds. that was replaced, substituted by an amendment
i saw that all year in new york. sanchez and tebow didn't play and became a big mess as you know. i have never been to a super bowl and this is the first year i'm going to the super bowl. you were there you won it over miami. what was it, 27-17? >> correct. went back the next year and lost to the raider. it was much more are lopsided. it is an incredible experience not only for us as players. for those that have never been but to be able to come down and have it in the city of new orleans, the comeback that the city has made and the way they rolled out the carpets. some of the players are coming in. you have 47 now, this is the 47th super bowl. a lot of history that has gone past this game. a lot of great players will be here for the game and i happen to think that the matchup brings the two best teams in football together. a lot of times you say people may have backed in or may not dehe serve to be there. both of these teams earned the right to be there and they are is similar teams and coincidentally same family is coaching them. >> one of the great story lines going on behind the
of the forecast, i'm kris sanchez along with anthony slaughter, in for rob mayeda and it's going to be a beautiful weekend to stay indoors tomorrow, right? >> or outdoors, you can really do anything. last week, pull the couch outside and watch the super bowl outside. >> that's true. >> you can do that. we're a little cloudy this morning, we'll be dry today and tomorrow so if you have any outdoor or indoor plans the weather will cooperate. near 50 in vun sunnyvale. we're starting off mild considering the cloud cover overhead, mid-60s today, a few degrees a s off of where we wer yesterday. did you know today was groundhog day, chris. >> what's going to happen? >> i don't know, maybe we'll repeat this day tomorrow and the next day and the next day. did you see that movie? >> yes. bill murray, one of my favorites. thank you very much, anthony. see you in a bit. >>> oakland police are investigating a shooting that left one person dead and another person hurt. the shooting happened around 11:00 last night near the intersection of 23rd street and telegraph avenue, not far from the oakland art murmur gall
by the department of labor for paying 14 workers less than a third of the minimum wage. nbc bay area's kris sanchez joins us live in sunnyvale with that story. >> reporter: hi there, jessica. bloom energy has raised more than $2 billion in investments and both former secretary of state colin powell is one of its board members and yet the labor department says this is also a company that willfully shorted to pay more than a dozen of its workers. bloomenergy corporation create add major buzz in 2010 when it unveiled the bloom box, the high efficiency fuel cell dubbed the holy grail of green energy. but today only two words -- no comment -- in regard to a labor of energy investigation of them bringing 14 mexican nationals to work on refurbishing generators and paid them less than $3 an hour. the wages were paid in pesos deposited into bank accounts in mexico. >> in talking to the mexican nationals, we did find that what the employer was doing, they were paying them but they were being paid in pesos, the equivalent of $2.66 an hour. >> reporter: blanco says her investigators discovered the 14 m mexican
on the tense negotiations between the city and the police union. let's bring in kris sanchez from san jose city hall. kris? >> reporter: hi there, raj. the union says the city walked away from the negotiating table though the mayor says both sides are talking. he's also already called for an arbitrator and an arbitration date so this could be very tough negotiating. san jose has fewer than 1,000 police officers on the streets, the lowest level of staffing in years, and some might argue the lowest morale. to change that the police union wants the city to turn back the clock on pay in the next contract. >> we're in our third year of getting back money. right now we're getting back 10% of our wages. this offer calls for an end to that starting in july followed a year later by a 3% raise and a year after that for a 3% raise. >> reporter: he says that has to happen if san jose wants to stem the tide of resignations. 139 sjd police officers left in the last 13 months. the mayor says the city can't afford it. >>
32-year-old antonio sanchez is in more trouble. he was wanted on a parole violation that would have put him back in jail, but now he is wanted for escaping, resisting arrest and stealing a police vehicle. he was on parole for a narcotics charge. police don't believe he is dangerous, but now that they know he is trying to saw his way through the handcuffs, alan wang, abc7 news. >> thank you very much. >>> new details in a home in december. abc news was first on the scene and found the homeowner. >> he ran over his leg when he tried to stop them from backing out of the driveway. fingerprints found in the home lead police to sacramento. they found evidence in the case when they searched the suspects homes. >>> an accident sent several people to the hospital today. they were over the scene at powell and washington streets. the two operators were the most seriously injured. the conductor underwent surgery and they suffered cracked ribs. the cable car stopped after hitting a bolt stuck in the track. >> it was clearly lodged down there. so when the car came down and impacted the bolt it st
---a eso de las 3 y media de hoy miercoles los detectives arrestaron a anthony sanchez de 32 aÑos por un caso relacionado con drogas en la cuadra 800 de la avenida "hillsdale"... ---el sospechoso es bastante robusto por lo que los oficiales le colocaron dos pares de esposas pero esto ayudo a su huida, cuando el sujeto permanecia sentado en la parte tarsera de una camioneta tipo van logro pasar sus brazos hacia adelante... ---luego tomo el coche y huyo... ---la policia recupero el auto a eso de las 5 y media de la tarde mientras que del sospechoso... ni la sombra. blanca ---podria surgir otra pista en la desaparicion de kevin collins, de 10 aÑos de edad, ocurrida hace varias decadas en san francisco. take vo ---la policia informo hoy que pudieron identificar a un sujeto ya fallecido de nombre "dan therrien" mejor conocido como: wayne jackson, quien hablo con el menor el dia de su desaparicion. ---ahora, las autoridades solicitan que cualquier persona que haya conocido a therrien y que pudiera tener informacion del caso que se comunique con la policia. ---therrien tenia antecedentes pe
later and now 32 32-year-old antonio sanchez is in more trouble. he was wanted on a parole violation that would have put him back in jail, but now he is wanted for escaping, resisting arrest and stealing a police vehicle. he was on parole for a narcotics charge. police don't believe he is dangerous, but now that they know he is trying to saw his way through the handcuffs, alan wang, abc7 news. >> thank you very much. >>> new details in a home in december. abc news was first on the scene and found the homeowner. >> he ran over his leg when he tried to stop them from backing out of the driveway. fingerprints found in the home lead police to sacramento. they found evidence in the case when they searched the suspects homes. >>> an accident sent several people to the hospital today. they were over the scene at powell and washington streets. the two operators were the most seriously injured. the conductor underwent surgery and they suffered cracked ribs. the cable car stopped after hitting a bolt stuck in the track. >> it was clearly lodged down there. so when the car came down and impacte
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